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Amerocentric or just plain homophobia

– Sunnyside, Pretoria, South Africa

I have not seen as much hate speech on social media as this past week. The focus of this hate speech questions our consciousness as South Africans and Africans in general as well as people reacting from a position of faith. 896 more words

Marriage Is...

 ******** I worked for days on this post, including losing it completely because I didn’t think to save the draft. I know this is a sensitive subject. 374 more words

What A World!

Welcome to John Roberts’ America, Where Words Mean Nothing

DAILY SIGNAL
by Kim Holmes
July 5, 2015

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s lament last week that “words no longer have meaning” got me to thinking. 72 more words

Politics

Huckabee Criticizes Love As Too ‘Emotional’

I think my eyes rolled so hard at this they damn near fell out. I guess it’s easy to criticize that which you know nothing about. 81 more words

Gay Marriage

Allowing physicians not licensed in Taiwan to practice medicine, even in exceptional circumstances, is not a decision to be taken lightly

It has been reported that Japan has offered to send physicians and nurses to help with the treatment of patients who were hurt in the Formosa Fun Coast inferno. 692 more words

Constitutional Court

From Doubles Tennis to Internet Porn: My Year as a Supreme Court Clerk

Ted Cruz, while controversial, is considered by many to possess a brilliant legal mind. A graduate of Princeton University cum laude, Cruz also graduated Harvard Law School magna cum laude, was editor of Harvard Law Review. 194 more words

Politics

Saturday Morning Random Thoughts...the Brian Bowman I smile a lot edition..by Chuck Duboff

@Chuck Duboff

* Love the pride which Canadians show on July 1st…not over the top, but just a healthy sense of pride.

* Here’s hoping Mr. 355 more words

Opinion